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...I taught all sorts of different subjects- from very basic algebra to multivariable calculus. In the Fall of 2016, I decided to enroll in a PhD program at UC Boulder for Pure Math. I'm an outstanding math tutor because of my extensive experience and constant immersion in the field.

...It simply requires a bit more time and effort. I look forward to hearing from you and your student!I am qualified to tutor Algebra 1 because I received my Colorado teaching License in Math Grades 7-12. I have taught Algebra I in multiple schools, including Northfield High School here in Denver.

...One of my main goals as a tutor is to help the student take ownership of their learning and be a guide as they look to answer questions and solve problems. I can work with students of differing academic levels and will bring a professional attitude to each tutoring session. I love working with kids and find much joy in seeing them grow and succeed in their academic and personal pursuits.

...I prefer to meet at the Barnes and Noble at Denver West, but can meet at another location if needed. In Boulder, I'm on the CU campus in the Engineering center from 11am - 6pm Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Wednesday.

...I have studied differential equations in both undergraduate and graduate physics and engineering courses. I have also tutored differential equations to undergraduate and graduate students for over five years. I have an in-depth understanding of how differential equations are applied to many subjects in the technical sciences.

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